|And then we have the real stuff...Michael helped the kids put their Junior Master Chef skills to the test, preparing homemade gluten-free raviolis, stuffed with basil, goat cheese, dates, and walnuts. Pan-seared lamb, leafy greens salad and sauteed bell peppers and onions. They also made a stuffed focaccia bread with the ravioli leavings. Fair plated it and we all enjoyed a beautiful fancy meal.|
|Grandpa has been getting Michael to tattoo him every chance he can get! He is going on his third one...|
|This is the latest one and he still needs to fill in with color.|
|This was the first one he did, over three years ago. He ended up doing this freehand because the transfer images wiped off after the third wipe down...|
|Michael and I collaborated once again on one of his long bows. This is "Eagle Bow" from Pacific Yew. I created and painted the NW style eagle design. This was made for an 11 year old kid in Washington.|
|Fair made her first bow, out of Pacific yew as well, under Michael's guidance. Both of them were super proud! She named it "Grey Fox." It's a beauty and I am sure it is one of many to come.|
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